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About jasmineuk

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  1. Thanks for that! I've managed to block their numbers on my land line and my mobile but if that doesn't stop them, I'll do as you suggested. Thanks again guys!
  2. I have no idea! Is there anything I can do to stop them and can they do anything serious?
  3. I hope I am posting this in the right place. I had a DMP which I cancelled after advice on here (thanks guys). Three debts, all with Yorkshire Bank. Cabot says that they now own all the accounts. I wrote to Cabot with a CCA request and they wrote back saying that they didn't have it but they would try to get it from the OC. Much later, they wrote to me again saying that as they couldn't provide the information I requested, that the debt was unenforceable but they would appreciate my payment as I still owe the money. Since then, I am being contacted several times a week by Cabot and so I wrote to Cabot twice, asking that they contact me by letter only as I do not have the facility to record phone calls. They are still contacting me by phone and letter. The letter offers me a payment plan. They have still not sent me the information I asked for. Is there anything I can do to stop them contacting me? And the debt is still unenforceable, right? Many Thanks
  4. My money went directly to Optima Legal yesterday. I've never had a statement - no correspondence at all. This is the letter I received. Optima Legal.pdf
  5. I'm confused??? Unclebulgaria67 said I had no option but to continue the payments so I made the £60 payment they wanted, online. But now you are saying I shouldn't pay? I don't have a CCJ, just a restriction. There is nothing on my credit file about it. It was Optima Legal who took me to Court, not MBNA and Optima Legal are still in existence. If they are true to their word and I have to go back to court, can they place a full charging order against my house, as they have hinted at in their letter? Will I have any defence if I do go to Court? I didn't defend it because I was with Payplan at the time and they told me I had to go to Court as Optima Legal had the right to pursue the debt. Why doesn't anyone check that the "debt" is enforceable and how can I now prove it isn't?
  6. The restriction on the documents from the Land Registry reads " 24.1.2011 RESTRICTION: No disposition of the registered estate other than a disposition by the proprietor of any registered charge registered before the entry of this restriction, is to be registered without a certificate signed by the applicant for registration or their conveyancer that written notice of the disposition was given to MBNA XXXXXXXXXX at care of Optima Legal, Arndale House, Charles Street, Bradford BD1 1UN being the person with the benefit of an interim charging order on the beneficial interest of XXXXX (i.e. me) made by the XXXX County Court on 14 January 2011 (Court Reference xxxxx)" I didn't think to challenge it as I was with Payplan at the time and they told me to go to Court. Uncle Bulgaria67 above seems to think that I have no option to pay it?
  7. No, Payplan decided how much all my creditors got and I wasn't consulted on that.
  8. Help! I've posted before about my debts and had three written off (or almost - they say they aren't enforceable but would appreciate me making further payments!). I have one outstanding for an MBNA credit card. It went to Court quite some time ago and Optima Legal Services got an interim charging order against my property. I wrote to Optima Legal Services in June, asking for documentation which I had signed and received no reply. Then the other day I got this letter (attached) which says that they have not received my payments (I cancelled Payplan and stopped paying some months ago). I sent a CCA request to Optima Legal Services twice, on 29th April and 26th May this year, once to their address shown on the interim charging order and the other to the address I found on Google. This letter I've just got threatens further court proceedings and advise that a full charging order will be put against my house, meaning that the debt has to be repaid in full when I come to sell my house. They want a payment of £60 for the arrears which my wife wants to pay to get rid of them but is this the right thing to do? I've not had any responses to my letters so not sure if I should reply to theirs? Jaz IMG_20171014_0002.pdf
  9. Sorry, I thought I'd hidden my details. Yes, it came direct from the OC. I got nothing from the DCA. No, I have already checked. So MBNA and Yorkshire have no say in what happens with the DCAs? If that's the case, aren't the DCAs stuffed?
  10. I sent a CCA request to the DCA and got no reply. One the suggestion of another CAGGer I sent off a SAR and this is what I got back. There were other documents with it (copy statements etc) but nothing else with my signature on. The SAR was answered within the 40 days, yes.
  11. I tried to upload my Yorkshire Bank document and apparently I don't have the permission. Yet I managed to upload the MBNA one? I have attached the Yorkshire Bank doc here without a problem. IMG_20170701_0005.pdf
  12. I received this following a SAR to MBNA but it's only signed in one place and they haven't sent me anything else with my signature on it. The quality of the copy is very poor too. IMG_20170701_0004.pdf
  13. Thank you, I've stopped the standing order and I've emailed Payplan. I only have a single page scanner but I'll do my best to scan the CCA "agreements".
  14. Right, so cancel PP in writing then pay nobody anything?
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